I HAVE COOLPIX 2100, WHEN I TOOK PICTURES OUTSIDE THE PHOTOS ARE TOO BRIGHT ALL IN A SUDDEN THIS HAPPENED, TRIED WITH DIFFERENT SCENES STILL THE PROBLEM IS NOT SOLVED. I ADJUSTED THE BRIGHTNESS IN THE CAMERA STILL THE PROBLEM PERSIST. CAN ANY ONE HELP ME TO RESOLVE THIS PROBLEM.
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If the LCD displays correctly on previous photos then the problem is more than likely a CCD or associated ribbon connector failure due to moisture/condensation or age/misuse. Good luck with finding a replacement part!
The reason why your pictures so bright when you captured it it just beacuse of the settings. We have different scene mode that you have to chosse when capturing pictures outside or insde doors.
I have a manual here where in page 23, you can find the correct scene mode to select for capturing your pictures. You can choose from Party/indoor, beach/snow, sunset,even a Fireworks show scene mode where you can catch the best shot while watching a fireworks. Just click here.
You will also know more about your camera settings with this manual.
My memory card was not securly in the slot. My camera is broken and just randomly ejects the disk. Therefore I am only taking pictures on the camera memory. In my case I took pictures on the disk, then it popped out of place, and I was only reviewing the pictures on the camera memory. I opened the door reinserted the disk and found the lost photos.
From the menu of the camera, you need to change and select the settings for the pictures. Some cameras have this option where it will take one or more picture automatically. Also check that the self timer is off.
You must have a software in your computer to read the pictures. It can be kodak easy share, hp photo smart, or any photosmart software. This softwares might be available in the brands website for free.
Your computer needs a photo program to upload your pictures.
One easy way is to go to a store with photo service and have your camera card pictures put on a CD. This CD usually brings photo programs sofware and you will be able to use them next time from your camera into the program then into the computer.
I had the same problem.The shutter button is faulty and is always half pressed - auto focus is operational (this is the step before actually the picture is taken. Try to clean it up with some special electrical contact spray. if this does not work - need to replace it - Not a simple job for the novice. You might need to take the camera to a service center for a spare on-off-expose button. I had an old faulty camera where I took the button from it. That solved the problem.